It’s makeover time for the housing used by the Single-Parent Program at MDCH, and your help is needed to make it happen. Renovations to the apartments and houses are expected to cost about $60,000. The apartments were built in the 1970s; the houses are even older. Most have never seen significant updates. The first housing
Regional benefit dinners are planned for later this year in Nashville, West Palm Beach, and Pensacola. If you live near one of these cities, we hope you will join us and learn more about Mount Dora Children’s Home and get to meet some of our staff, single parents and children. Here are the details: Nashville/Middle
Congratulations to Harmon Youngblood for being named “Divine Servant” at the 2018 Tampa Bay Area Benefit Dinner. Harmon is a member at Manhattan Avenue Church of Christ and has faithfully supported MDCH for many years. Harmon is shown here with Tim Deem, vice president of Development, on the left.
Congratulations to Tim Reichenbach, from St. Augustine Church of Christ, who received the Divine Servant Award at the 2018 Jacksonville Area Benefit Dinner. Tim faithfully supports MDCH and helps promote the annual Jacksonville Area Benefit Dinner at his church. Tim is shown here with two boys from MDCH, Brighton (left) and Sebastian.
Congratulations to Dean & Donna Itson (left) and Dennis and Nancy Itson (right), who received the Divine Servant Award at the 2018 Montgomery (Ala.)Area Benefit Dinner at Faulkner University. Both couples are members at University Church of Christ in Montgomery. Dean and Dennis are twin brothers, and both of them, along with their spouses, have
View our video about Mount Dora Children’s Home. It’s a story of HOPE. For more than 70 years, MDCH has offered hope to children in need of a better home and is now also helping single moms build better families. After viewing our video, we hope you will share it with your family and friends.